rabbinical

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  • While still in rabbinical school, she received a great deal of attention from the media.
  • He was raised by his father and grandfather, from whom he received his rabbinical education.
  • After that, he returned to the United States to complete his rabbinical training.
  • Due to its nature as a Rabbinical college, all students are male.
  • The original synagogue remains as a small study hall used by rabbinical students during the week.
  • Throughout the country he enjoyed a high reputation as a rabbinical authority.
  • They are often taught by rabbinical school students, or occasionally by Jewish day school teachers.
  • Despite this, she continued her rabbinical work as well as teaching and preaching.
  • According to classical rabbinical sources, this was at the age of fifty-two.
  • He received his rabbinical education from his father.
  • Following two years of post-graduate work, he was ordained as Rabbinical judge.
  • His father was a former rabbinical student who played the violin.
  • Lawrence is also home to the, a Rabbinical College with several hundred students.
  • At least two of these courses, including one in Christianity, are required for rabbinical students.
  • However, several modern day groups claim descent, with varying levels of academic and rabbinical support.
  • He also served as president of the Rabbinical Council of America.
  • This also applies when and if a couple would like to divorce, they must seek out rabbinical council.
  • However, some classical rabbinical sources argue that Joseph identified himself for other reasons.
  • It was in Chicago that he completed his studies and received rabbinical ordination.
  • For a teacher's diploma a three-year course of study was required, while the rabbinical course required seven years.
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Meaning of rabbinical

  • adjective Of or relating to rabbis or their teachings
    rabbinical school